Pet Feeding Dishes (18318-Z)
Regular Stainless Steel Bowls
Good quality dishes
We breed Labrador Retrievers and have been using these dishes for years. While they seem to get lost on their own, they've never just "worn out", but chewed up or bent in half. Labs are chewy dogs, if they can withstand a Lab, they're not a bad product. No, they're not the quality of a $10-20 dish, but they're less than $3 each! The other person suggested that Revival sell better quality ones at the same price--not going to happen. If they have better dishes, they'll have a higher price, that's obvious....
I raise and breed German shepherds and have used these bowls for over a year now and they are in great shape still. But yes if you have a powerful breed, they can be detroyed very easily. But all in all, I would strongly recommend this bowl to the average dog.
you get what you pay for...
Received my 3 quart feeding dishes yesterday. Was a bit disappointed in the "thickness" of the dishes. Description says "heavyweight", but these are by no means heavyweight, they feel like flimsy plastic bowls, but made of thin machined stainless steel. They should last though, as they are simply feeding dishes. I cant really complain due to the price...you get what you pay for. My American Bullies could easily chew these up and they would fold up with hardly any effort by the dogs, good thing they are beyond that stage. Word of advice for Revival, look for another brand that makes thicker real "heavyweight" dishes, but keep the great low price $ :)